PAGE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY. MAY Bonanza Expects To Be Serving City In 'Not-Too-Distant Future 9 .,'Â·Â· , , Â· . . ' . Â· . . -_ ...^..^...-^K ,Â·,Â«Â».Â«!-,, *Â«HTM in w a d,imri.nn hv tl, ft r.l- U.K. nine in 1961 and 15 in Childs scholarship." The schol- marketing and advertising. . and Robert O'Rourke to the John A. Mclxsc "It appears likely we are go: ing to be serving Tucson in the n o t-t o ond | s t a n t future," a spokesman for Bonanza Airlines toW members of the Tuc- More Professors Kilt Posts JSTILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma State University has only 6oe sociology professor left on its staff for the fall term. The resignations of five more sociology professors were announced at the school this week in a continuing dispute over alleged -lack of academic freedom; - Â· Â· Â· - Â· . . - Â· : : Dr. Gerald Leslie, head of the sociology department who submitted his resignation Friday, said only one of 12 professors remain on the staff. The department head . maintained that the five resignations Monday did not constitute a "mass resignation." ."The timing of the resignations is due to the deterioration of the academic climate on the campus this spring and to the fact the Â·American Association of University Professors reconv mends that faculty resignations be submitted-by May 15," Leslie said. ..The only remaining sociology .professor is v !Frederick Gene Acuff, who has been on leave- of-absence this year working on his doctorate at the University of Missouri. The sociology department has been the most vocal center of faculty opposition to university P r e s i d e n t Dr. Robert B. Kamm. son Advertising Club yesterday. John D. Lindsay, vice' president in charge of advertising and public relations for Bonanza, said the case involving his company's request to serve Tucson is "being expedited." Taking of testimony from Bonanza and other interested airlines, which began here earlier this month, was to be continued Svetlana's Book Brings Record Sum today in Washington by the Civil Aeronautics Board. "We hope to have a decision by this fall," Lindsay said. ; , In a "getting acquainted" talk, Lindsay said Bonanza Airlines, a Phoenix-based company, has "beeen trying for 10 years to get into Tucson." "Tucson has done a good job working for this service," he said. He reported that Bonanza carried its five millionth passenger last month and said that traffic has increased 25 per cent in each of the last two decades it has been in business. Lindsay said the company had eight aircraft in service in 1956, nine in 1961 and 1966. Over the same period, .em- ployes have increased from 306 to 510 to 897 in 1966, with more than 600 employes currently based in Arizona. Its payroll for last year totaled $7.5 million, with over $5 million spent in this state. Bonanza, siad Lindsay, carried 128,000 passengers in 1956; 316,000 in 1961, and 848,000 in 1966. Special guest at yesterday's luncheon was Miss Arlene Zepeda of Superior, a junior at the University of Arizona, who has been awarded the Tucson Advertising Club's "Janet Childs scholarship." The scholarship includes a plaque and a gift of'$300. He? major is in marketing and advertising. .The Advertising Club yesterday elected John Broadhead and Robert O'Rourke to the board of directors for two year terms. Mrs. Eileen Gerson and John A. McLeod III were elected to serve one-year terms on the board. SAND BLASTRK Art* Â· MEMORIAL ARTS INC un E. nth st Â· NEW YORK (AP) - The Book-of-the-Month club has paid $325,000 for the right to distribute the memoirs of Svetlana Alliluyeva, the daughter of Joseph Stalin. Â· . It is reportedly the largest sum ever paid by a book club in such a purchase. 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